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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A fire broke out at a home in West Philadelphia on Wednesday morning. The fire happened on the 5200 block of Walnut Street. Philadelphia firefighters have knocked down the flames. READ MORE: 2 Suspects In Custody Following Double Shooting At SEPTA's Arrott Transportation Center: Philadelphia PoliceThe call came in around 5:45 a.m. READ MORE: Man Shot While Sleeping In Bed During Home Invasion In West Philadelphia, Police SayThe fire left the second floor of the home with heavy damaged. It looks like an adjoining home is also damaged. MORE NEWS: Hundreds Cheer On Marlton 10-Year-Old Baseball Team As They Head To World Series In IndianaWe just spoke to a dispatcher with the fire department, and that person tells us no one was injured.
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — The tornadoes and storms on Memorial Day left many trees damaged across Minnesota, along with many homeowners wondering what to do with them. To help homeowners navigate the process, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources released a do’s and don’ts to dealing with storm-damaged trees. (credit: Chris Walker/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images) Do’s: Use caution when approaching damaged trees. If there are downed wires, stay clear and call 911. Carefully inspect standing trees for damage and address hazardous trees first. Hazardous trees have detached or loosely hanging branches and split or cracked trunks that can cause injury or damage to property. Remove trees if more than 50% of the trunk or live branches in the crown are damaged, the tree is unnaturally leaning or roots are damaged, or the tree could injury people or damage property. If you’re unsure if a tree should be removed or can be saved, consult with a certified arborist. Assess the size of the tree and pruning job and play it safe. Consult a certified arborist on medium and...
    UNITED NATIONS (AP) — The war in Ukraine is a “child rights crisis” where education is under attack, nearly 100 youngsters have been killed in just the last month, and millions more have been forced to flee their homes, the U.N. children’s agency said Thursday. Omar Abdi, deputy executive director of UNICEF, told the U.N. Security Council that children are paying “an unconscionably high price” in the war, with 239 confirmed killed and 355 wounded since Russia’s invasion of Ukraine on Feb. 24. He said the actual numbers are much higher. “These attacks must stop,” he said. “Ultimately, children need an end to this war — their futures hang in the balance.” Abdi said the school year came to a standstill after Russia invaded its smaller neighbor, and as of last week at least 15 of 89 UNICEF-supported schools in the country’s east had been damaged or destroyed in the fighting. “Hundreds of schools across the country are reported to have been hit by heavy artillery, airstrikes and other explosive weapons in populated areas, while other schools are being...
    FELTON — The CZU August Lightning Complex fire continues to impact Santa Cruz County water reliability more than one and a half years after the fire erupted, but some customers are getting closer to relief. On Thursday, the San Lorenzo Valley Water District Board of Directors accepted a legal document during a meeting that further solidifies a consolidation between the purveyor and two small community water systems that suffered serious fire damage. Big Basin Water Co. was particularly hard hit in the blaze, losing nearly all its crucial water infrastructure. The company has served some 500 customers off of a single well as result, meaning erratic water service and weeks-long outages. The San Lorenzo Valley Water District also suffered serious damage, with nearly all of its surface water sources burning, but the purveyor has wider access to aquifer sources and more manpower to provide reliable drinking water. On Nov. 10, 2021 — a week after the Sentinel published a second investigation on Big Basin Water and the lengths customers had to go to in order to get clean drinking water...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The Baltimore City Board of Estimates on Wednesday approved a $3.5 million settlement in a lawsuit brought by business owners whose businesses were damaged during the unrest that ensued in the wake of the 2015 death of Freddie Gray. The city and Chae Bros. reached the multi-million dollar settlement in February, but it needed to be approved by the spending board to be distributed. READ MORE: US Lawmakers Are Warming Up To The Cannabis IndustryThe lawsuit was brought in 2017 by dozens of businesses in response to millions in damages inflicted on city businesses amid the rioting and unrest that unfolded in April and May of 2015 after the death of Gray, who died in police custody. Business owners sued the city on the grounds that it violated the Maryland Riot Act, alleging that city officials, including then-Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, failed to prevent the looting and rioting that erupted in the aftermath of Gray’s death. The $3,562,005.05 settlement is about half of the cost of the total property damage alleged by the plaintiffs. READ MORE: WATCH LIVE:...
    ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — A 37-year-old man has been charged with arson in last week’s fire that heavily damaged the exterior of a downtown St. Paul grocery store. The Ramsey County Attorney’s Office filed charges against Timothy John Arsenal, who has no permanent address, accusing him of felony second-degree arson. A conviction on the charge could result in a penalty of 10 years in prison, a $20,000 fine or possibly both. The fire happened March 29 at about 1:30 a.m. at Lunds & Byerlys on Tenth Street East. The fire mainly damaged the exterior, and the complaint says that the heat from the fire damaged lightbulbs in a nearby street lamp. Damages were estimated anywhere from $500,000 to $800,000, including roughly $350,000 worth of groceries and merchandise that needed to be discarded due to smoke. There was also damage from smoke to a nearby apartment building. Surveillance video revealed a man lighting fires in the trash and recycling bins near the store. He was seen carrying a white plastic bag, which matched one being carried by a patient at...
    UFO sightings can leave witnesses injured suffering radiation burns, brain problems and damaged nerves, according to newly released Pentagon files. The report, obtained by The Sun from the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) as part of a huge Freedom of Information request, investigates the health impact on humans who have had paranormal experiences. 9The frontpage of the report commissioned by the Defense Intelligence Agency 9 The report - titled Anomalous Acute And Subacute Field Effects on Human and Biological Tissues - investigates injuries to "human observers by anomalous advanced aerospace systems". And the report - prepared for the DIA - warns that such objects may be a "threat to United States interests". Humans have been found to have been injured from "exposures to anomalous vehicles, especially airborne and when in close proximity", it reads. The report that often these injuries are related to electromagnetic radiation - and links them to "energy related propulsion systems". Read more on aliensDIY JOB Proof that Egypt's pyramids WEREN'T built by aliens after lost blueprints found It lists injuries such as heating and burn...
    TWO people have reportedly died with at least seven other injuries after storms pummel the southeast. These deaths were just one instance in a line of recent natural disasters, and this may not be the end as more severe storms approach Florida. 4Debris litters a neighborhood in ArkansasCredit: AP 4This house was heavily damaged by a tree in Jackson, MississippiCredit: AP 4Heavy winds damaged this building in MississippiCredit: AP 4More damage in ArkansasCredit: AP The Washington County Sheriff's Office said that two people were killed and two injured after a tornado touched down in the Florida Panhandle overnight last night. According to WTSP, overnight severe storms with isolated tornadoes toppled trees and power lines and left homes and businesses damaged. The sheriff's office showed evidence of homes being completely destroyed by a tornado, but the extent of the damage is not available at this time. A journalist described the damage as "absolutely devastating" and shared a photo of a demolished home that was turned into rubble. Read more US news storiesCHOPPER TRAGEDY Soldier, 26, killed in helicopter crash pictured after...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle a lawsuit brought by business owners whose businesses were damaged during the unrest that ensued in the wake of the 2015 death of Freddie Gray. The city and Chae Bros reached the multi-million dollar settlement last month, though it must be approved by the Board of Estimates, Mayor Brandon Scott’s staff confirmed to WJZ. The board is expected to discuss the settlement next week. READ MORE: What We Know About BA.2 -- Now The Dominant Cause Of Covid-19 In The US“The settlement amount is $3.5 million, which is roughly (half) of the documented economic losses. The Solicitor’s Office believes that this resolution is in the best interests of Baltimore residents,” said Sydney Burns, associate communications director for the Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Safety and Engagement. The lawsuit was brought in 2017 by dozens of businesses in response to millions in damages inflicted on city businesses amid the rioting and unrest that unfolded in April and May of 2015 after the death of Gray, who died in police...
    COATESVILLE, Pa. (CBS) — Police have made an arrest after an early-morning restaurant fire in Coatesville. They say Robert Hines is behind bars and facing arson charges. Detectives say surveillance cameras caught him breaking the front window of the business and setting several items on fire. READ MORE: Brandon Bostian Trial: Prosecution Rests Case As Defense Turns To Call Witness, Move Toward AcquittalIt happened around 2:30 a.m. at the Midway Bar and Grille on East Lincoln Highway. READ MORE: Scratch-Off Lottery Ticket Worth $3 Million Sold In AllentownWhen firefighters arrived, they found flames coming from the kitchen area. MORE NEWS: EXCLUSIVE: Upper Darby Police Arrest 2 Men Who Stole Hundreds Of Thousands In Mailbox Theft OperationNo one was hurt.
    A SAVVY shopper, who buys Amazon returns pallets shared her recent hauls, that varied in their success levels. Small business owner Joanne Doust uploaded a video of a smaller pallet she bought with her dad. 3Joanne shared that she regretted her Amazon returns pallet purchaseCredit: TikTok/@jojoaromas 3She bought a second - more expensive pallet - for £1kCredit: TikTok/@jojoaromas 3The second pallet contained items valued at £5k in total, a £4k profitCredit: TikTok/@jojoaromas The pair splashed out £450 + VAT on the bumper box of unknown items. She said: "Dad and I bought an Amazon returns pallet and we are slightly regretting it." She continued: "To be honest it’s not that bad! Nearly all of it is new and unused just damaged packaging, obviously there is some crap and broken stuff." FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED She revealed that they purchased the bulk buy pack from Gem Wholesale for £540. She showed a short video of the collection of items which included bed sheets, Christmas decorations and electronics. But it wasn't...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- A 54-year-old Whittier man was charged Monday with setting the Sycamore Fire that destroyed two homes and damaged at least four others.Kevin Whitlock faces multiple counts of arson, including six counts of "arson of an inhabited structure or property," and one count each of arson of another person's property, as well as arson of a "structure or forest," the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced.The fire broke out in windy conditions at about 2:30 p.m. on Feb. 10 in the area of Cinco View Drive and East Banyan Rim Drive, near Sycamore Park. It burned about four acres before firefighters were able to douse the flames.More than 200 firefighters were requested to assist, and were spotted putting out hot spots throughout the area."This fire could have had fatal consequences and even though it didn't, there was tremendous loss for several families due to the unnecessary actions of one individual," said L.A. County District Attorney George Gascón. "My office will offer services to all of the victims affected by this blaze."Whitlock was found in a nearby...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — An 80-year-old man is facing arson charges, accused of setting a fire in his apartment in northwest suburban Arlington Heights, damaging several other units in the building last week. Arlington Heights Police said Paul Strusiner is charged with aggravated arson in the fire at his apartment building at 400 W. Rand Rd. on Friday. He is due to appear for a bond hearing on Tuesday. READ MORE: Chicago Bears Clean House, Firing Head Coach Matt Nagy And GM Ryan PacePolice said he admitted to intentionally setting a fire in his apartment, which spread to several other units, and sent dozens of families out into the freezing cold just after midnight on Friday. READ MORE: Illinois House Republican Leader Jim Durkin Calls For Hearings After DCFS Director Marc Smith Was Ordered Held In Contempt For Violating Rights Of Children, As CBS 2 First ReportedThe entire 96-unit apartment building was evacuated as firefighters from several departments worked to extinguish the fire. No injuries were reported, but six units were seriously damaged by the fire and remained uninhabitable as of Monday,...
    TOXINS in e-cigarettes could leave users with damaged eyesight, a new study suggests. Around 2.7 million people in England use the devices, often as an alternative to smoking after quitting the habit. 1An e-cigarette deviceCredit: AFP or licensors UK health chiefs encourage smokers to switch to vaping, saying it is safe and far better than smoking. Smoking is known to damage the eyes, as well as being a leading cause of cancer and a myriad of other deadly diseases. Now, scientists say those who use e-cigarettes may also have an increased risk of eyesight problems. Current vapers were 34 per cent more likely to suffer from visual impairments compared to those who had never tried it, and former vapers 14 per cent more likely to. The new study by the University of California included 1,173,646 adults in the US aged between 18 and 50, The Telegraph reports. Participants were asked if they ever have smoked or vaped and asked if they had suffered visual impairment. Most read in Health NewsDOWN AGAIN Covid cases drop for fifth day as most common...
    LARIMER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – In the wake of the historic Cameron Peak Fire hundreds of miles of hiking trails through Larimer County were destroyed, damaged or simply made impassable due to charred and toppled trees. Most of the trails run through U.S, Forest Service land, property which is operated by a small staff of workers who cannot singlehandedly restore the hundreds of miles of trails impacted by Colorado’s largest fire on record. (credit: CBS) To restore the dilapidated pathways through Colorado serenity, a growing group of volunteers have volunteered to take on the task. The Poudre Wilderness Volunteers, a nonprofit organization which works directly with the National Forest Service, has spent countless hours in 2021 rebuilding and restoring the trails impacted by the Cameron Peak Fire in Larimer County. CBS4’s Dillon Thomas was invited to join the volunteers as they hiked miles into the burn scar to repair trails, giving the public their first glimpse into areas of the Cameron Peak Fire never before seen by non-first responders. “It’s still a beautiful piece of nature up here, it’s just...
    “Smoke taint” is the Marvel-caliber villain that’s been stalking vineyards across the West the past few years. It moves capriciously on the wind wending its way into valleys where it lingers in the company of wine grapes. If those grapes are at a certain stage of maturity, the smoke and its noxious compounds pass through the grape skins, then bind with sugar molecules to create compounds called glycosides, making the smoke difficult to detect. “If you pick a berry in the field, it tastes perfectly fine,” says Nicolas Quille, chief winemaking and operations officer at Crimson Wine Group in California, which owns six wineries and nearly 1,000 acres of vineyards. But smoke’s villainy hasn’t ceased; enzymes produced during fermentation break down the glycosides, releasing the noxious compounds. “And at that point the flavors are revealed,” Quille says. This is not a good thing. It’s not as if a robust cabernet engages in an interesting duet with rustic mezcal and subtle phenolics harmonize with natural tannins. “Some of those compounds are bitter,” says Quille. “In its worst effect, it’s a...
    A Massachusetts house “in need of a complete renovation” as a result of a massive fire has been listed for $399,000 on a number of real estate marketplace websites, a Monday report shows. The house located in Melrose, Massachusetts, was engulfed in an intense fire August 2021, with firefighters having to rip out walls and ceilings of the construction to extinguish it, according to the Boston Globe. The 1,857-square foot three-bedroom apartment then was put on sale “as is” for $399,000 in September, despite the extent of damage the building had sustained, WBZ-TV reported  Monday. Fire sale: The housing market is so hot, a home in Massachusetts seriously damaged by fire has been listed on the market with an asking price of $399,000. https://t.co/UbbZD6FnO3 #odd — AP Oddities (@AP_Oddities) September 28, 2021 “ATTENTION CONTRACTORS! This home suffered a fire that damaged the front facade. House is in need of a complete renovation or potential tear down and rebuild. Buyer to do due diligence. House being sold as is. Great potential to build a new and adorable home in desirable...
    Jason and Jonathon Marotta's house was submerged in water engulfed in flames and smoke as Hurricane Ida made its way through their Manville, New Jersey home. Now, a charred stove is about the only thing recognizable in the rubble. "We were just talking about how the house is salvageable. We can try to get some stuff on the second, maybe the first floor and maybe a few minutes later after we said that, we see the roof blow off," Jon told CBS News' Mola Lenghi. The deadly storm that hit Louisiana as a Category 4 hurricane is linked to more than 60 deaths and damages up to $95 billion. According to insurance experts, claims from the Ida could cost about $18 billion.  Now, New Jersey's Democratic leaders are calling on Congress to pass a pending infrastructure bill. The bill would provide funds to help communities become more resilient to disasters and severe weather. "These storms now are more frequent, they're more intense. We desperately need that climate resiliency infrastructure… We're the most densely populated state in the nation with...
    BERLIN (AP) — Germany’s central bank says it has been inundated with more than 50 million euros’ ($59 million) worth of damaged bank notes after deadly floods that hit part of the country in July. The Bundesbank said Wednesday that individuals and banks have handed in notes that were soaked in the floods and often also contaminated with oil, sewage or mud. The damaged money is dried, processed and then destroyed at a center in Mainz that analyzes forged and damaged money, and its owners are refunded without charge. The bank said that the center usually receives damaged bills to the tune of 40 million euros per year. This year, it received 51 million euros’ worth of notes from the flood-hit areas in western Germany between mid-July and the end of August. Germans still tend to use cash more than people in many other European countries. After they are dried, the damaged notes are flattened out, verified and counted. The Bundesbank said it bought dryers to deal with the influx of dirty money, noting that it’s important to process...
    A train crashed into a trailer carrying a blade for a wind turbine that was stuck at a railroad crossing in Luling, Texas on Sunday. A video posted to Twitter by a witness shows the tractor-trailer stuck in the middle of the crossing when the boom gates begin to drop onto the trailer. A driver scrambles into the cab of a lead truck and both trucks attempt to get out of the way of the oncoming train. As the trailer pulls forward, knocking over one of the railroad signs in the process, the train collides with the trailer, overturning the tractor in the process. WATCH: What in the hell were these people thinking? Happened in Luling, Texas. pic.twitter.com/hSrN3LnO7v — PermianLandman (@PermianLandman) August 30, 2021 Another video posted by a Facebook user shows the train colliding with the end of the trailer and dragging the turbine blade down the line while the train attempts to stop. Police told KVUE Austin that the trailer split while the turbine blade damaged three unoccupied parking vehicles, the crossing sign, a utility pole and...
    On March 18 of this year the United States Space Force reported an incident in low Earth orbit. The Chinese satellite Yunhai 1-02 lost a number of pieces after what appeared to be an impact or malfunction of the device. Five months later the problem was found: the remains of a 1996 Russian rocket damaged the satellite, demonstrating the problem that space debris can pose. Yunhai 1-02 was launched in September 2019 from the Gobi desert. Its purpose in space is to collect satellite images for meteorological, environmental, and other experiments. When it was launched it was certainly not expected that its useful life would end a year and a half later. But it happened. The satellite was damaged on March 18, 2021 unexpectedly. It is not clear if it is still working or the Chinese Space Agency has asked for control of it. Object 48078 Due to the safety of these operations, gwhat has actually happened is generally not reported to the public. Space agencies do not usually discuss issues like these publicly unless they have a direct impact...
    TEKASHI 6ix9ine said he’s “100 percent ready” to fight Blueface in a boxing super match after he was accused of being too scared, according to reports. The rapper reportedly said he will take on the fight if their management teams “have the money” to sponsor a battle. 3Tekashi 6ix9ine says he's '100 percent ready' for his fight with BluefaceCredit: Getty 3Blueface previously claimed he 'wouldn't take a fight' Tekashi seems to have had a change of heart as Blueface claimed he "wouldn't take a fight", TMZ reports. He said: “He ain’t gonna take that bro. "He wouldn’t take that if his mom was on her deathbed and it was her left breath and she said, ‘Tekashi just fight blue face and they’ll give me a new heart.” It is not the first time the pair have clashed as Blueface reportedly branded the rapper a "snitch" for allegedly getting his Instagram deleted, the outlet reported. The latest challenge comes after Blue Face defeated TikTok star Kane Trujillo in a bare-knuckle fighting championship exhibition match. It was the rapper's first amateur...
    FLOYD MAYWEATHER has proudly posted an adorable snap of his tiny grandson. And the kid’s clenched fists prove boxing is already in his blood. 2Floyd Mayweather shared a picture of his grandson with the iconic clenched boxing fists Mayweather, 44, uploaded the picture to social media showing his grandson dressed smartly in a shirt, braces and bow tie. The infant also had his fists clenched and arms raised in the famous boxing stance. Mayweather captioned the picture: "My other grandson ready to box." And it just goes to show that he hails from a famous line of ace fighters. Mayweather’s father Floyd Snr, plus his uncles Roger and Jeff, were all fine boxers. And it would take a brave man to bet against Mayweather’s grandson from making a similar impact should he venture into the ring later on. Meanwhile, boxing legend Mike Tyson claims former five-weight world champ Mayweather is ‘damaged’ after his controversial clash with Logan Paul. Last month’s eight-round exhibition surprisingly went the distance. And Mayweather looked a shadow of the man who toyed with former UFC champion...
    GETTING your hair done is supposed to feel relaxing, but for one TikTok user her experience couldn't have been more different. Instead of leaving the salon with glossy, smooth, mesmerising hair, this girl's hair was left in even worse condition then she went in with. 6Concern sinks in from step one, bleaching her rootsCredit: yourhotmomsgf/Tiktok 6She shows the damage of bleaching her hairCredit: yourhotmomsgf/Tiktok TikTok user yourhotmomsgf revealed the bleach damage from her hair appointment in a video she shared online. She had gone into the appointment wanting to get her roots touched up and then dye her hair a light pink/coral colour. the video starts with her sitting in the hairdresser chair, patiently waiting for her transformation, writing: "Watch me go get my hair done but it gets progressively worse every second." To start with she gets her roots bleached as they're quite a bit darker than the rest of her hair, in the video, she already looks concerned. Once dried, you can see the extent of the damage. She writes: "Hair is fried." and you can see...
    In this Nov. 26, 2012 photo, a missing poster of 13-year-old Dylan Redwine hangs on a trail head sign next to Vallecito Reservoir in Vallecito. La Plata County.  Dylan Redwine stumbled on photos of his father dressed in women’s underwear, wearing a diaper and eating feces during a family road trip in 2011, Dylan’s older brother testified Wednesday during the murder trial for Mark Redwine, who is accused of killing his son in 2012. The accidental discovery severely damaged Dylan’s relationship with his father, Cory Redwine testified. “Dylan lost any reason for him to look up to Mark that day,” Cory Redwine told a La Plata County jury. Mark Redwine, 59, is charged with second-degree murder and child abuse in Dylan’s death. Dylan disappeared from his father’s home in Vallecito in 2012 at the start of a court-ordered visit during the Thanksgiving holiday. Prosecutors argued during opening statements Monday that Redwine killed Dylan in a rage after Dylan confronted him about the compromising photos, which were shown in court Wednesday. Redwine’s defense attorneys said the photos have no connection to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — Workers in Naperville are racing against time, hoping to salvage homes already damaged by Sunday night’s tornado. CBS 2’s Jim Williams reports rain predicted for Thursday will surely make things worse for some homeowners hit hardest. READ MORE: Chaotic Council Meeting Ends With Calls To Respect Anjanette Young, No Vote On Lake Shore Drive The tornado knocked out windows and roofs, so homeowners are making sure they’re sealed before the rain comes. “In the last 48 hours, we’ve just been going down this block.” On this one block alone in Naperville, Chad Mogan said his home restoration service patched up 12 houses. “A lot of tarping and boarding to make sure rain stays out,” Morgan said. “And we want to make sure they’re safe and livable for the homeowners so they can keep these homes and they don’t have to be condemned.” Nearly three days after the tornado knocked out windows and punched holes in roofs it’s a race against time. Trying to beat the rain, which would make a difficult situation here much worse. READ MORE:...
    NAPERVILLE, Ill. (CBS) — Residents in areas damaged by tornadoes this past Sunday night said they appreciate the help, but they wonder if everyone is really there to do good. As CBS 2’s Jermont Terry reported Tuesday night, volunteers are stepping up to protect property in Naperville. READ MORE: We Walk For Her Brings Attention To Murdered Black Women And Girls Neighbors have already been warned about contract scammers coming into neighborhoods. But burglary is also a concern – as some residents are leaving their partially-damaged homes for the night with their belongings still inside. And on Tuesday night, people were out on residential blocks in safety vests, working to make sure everything was safe and secure. No doubt, neighbors in Naperville are no doubt grateful for the mutual cleanup efforts that have been under way. Many have pitched in and grabbed rakes and offered water, as contractors do the major work like roof repairs. “It does bring out the best in a lot of people,” said Kat Steffeter. “I mean, the neighbors have been so generous and so giving...
    A socialite whose $100 million divorce battle fascinated the New York press for years reopened her case on Monday, insisting that he had not complied with the terms.   Libbie Mugrabi, 41, settled her divorce with her art collecting ex-husband David, 47, in December.  It's unclear how much she walked away with, but she'd asked him for $100 million and was 'very happy' with the settlement she received, she said in February. Yet on Monday she claimed in court documents that the antidepressant she was on when she signed the divorce deal affected her judgement, and that she had not realized she was agreeing to 'only' $79,000 a month in child support.  Mugrabi said that she needs the full $98,000 a month she was receiving before the settlement was agreed, to keep their children in the lifestyle to which they are accustomed. Libbie Mugrabi is pictured with her then-husband David in April 2018. The pair then filed for divorce, setting off a $100 million battle that ended in December. She on Monday filed legal documents seeking to reopen the divorce,...
    HUMBLE N’Golo Kante was once late for Chelsea training… because he stopped for pictures with fans after being in a CAR CRASH. Former Blues star Cesc Fabregas told the Telegraph how ex-teammate Kante was the ultimate professional when the pair won a Premier League title and FA Cup together under Antonio Conte. WIN £50,000! Play Dream Team Euros – our FREE fantasy football game 4N'Golo Kante was once late for training because he was taking pictures with fans after being in a car crashCredit: JIM BENNETT 4Kante admitted he was too polite to say no to the fans, causing him to be late for a team meetingCredit: Rex However, Kante once failed to meet his own high standards by turning up late to a morning meeting before a late kick-off. The French World Cup winner’s absence was notable as he had never had previous time-keeping issues. But when Kante finally turned up, he explained to Conte that he had been involved in a car crash while driving his beloved Mini. WIN £50,000 with Dream Team EurosDream Team Euros is HERE! The...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore City Police are investigating an overnight violent incident in Fells Point. Police are calling it a discharging along Aliceanna, one block away from the heart of Fells Point. The shooting damaged several cars and injured one person sitting in the car who suffered a laceration to the head. READ MORE: Woman Shot In East Baltimore, Police Investigating This follows a previously violent weekend in which 3 people were shot and injured. Fells Point business owners have been going back and forth with city leaders all week long expressing concerns and even presenting an ultimatum. Several business owners have signed a letter to the city saying they would withhold their tax payments until their concerns are addressed. READ MORE: Convicted Felon Pleads Guilty To Possession Of Firearm & Violating Supervised Release Mayor Brandon Scott called a virtual town hall to talk about ways to crack down on violent crime and lawlessness in this popular Baltimore neighborhood. However, many people were upset that he didn’t show up. Mayor Scott said it was because of a previously scheduled meeting....
    DENVER (CBS4) – The 44-year-old woman who authorities say drove her vehicle onto the lawn at Fort Logan National Cemetery on Memorial Day and crashed into nine headstones has been identified. Her name is Paulette Martinez. (credit: CBS) Denver police believe she was be intoxicated at the time. She allegedly sideswiped cars in the parking lot of the military cemetery before entering the lawn where the graves of American veterans are located. The headstones that were struck by the vehicle were all either damaged or destroyed. After the crash, staff at the national cemetery for removed the damaged property and placed temporary markers on them. Replacement headstones are now being worked on. Martinez faces charges that include DUI.
    NYPD hate crime detectives are investigating six attacks against four synagogues they believe were carried out by the same suspect.  The carnage began when a suspect hurled large rocks at two Bronx synagogues, Chabad of Riverdale and Riverdale Jewish Center, at around 12:30am Friday, smashing windows and doors.  The next night the same suspect returned to cause more damage at the same two Jewish houses of worship. He is also said to have attacked the Conservative Synagogue and Young Israel of Riverdale, which are based in the Bronx too. Significant damage was caused to all four synagogues as a result, an NYPD spokesman said.  The attacks come a year after worrying statistics revealed anti-Semitic hate attacks in New York and New Jersey had hit a 40 year high.  New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio both condemned the latest Bronx attacks Surveillance cameras captured the perpetrator - seen in a camo coat and face mask -  and on Sunday, Mayor de Blasio said the NYPD's Hate Crimes Unit was closing in on the suspected...
    Police in Newark are turning to the public in locating a woman who they say damaged a vehicle with a baseball bat and cut one of the car's occupants with a knife. Laura Harrell, 26, of Newark, is wanted for aggravated assault following the March 27 incident, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said. Police responded to reports of a stabbing in progress on Brookdale Avenue around 7:05 p.m., where the victim said a woman -- later identified as Harrell -- began hitting the vehicle she was in with a bat, Ambrose said. The victim and another woman got out of the car to try to stop Harrell, when Harrell cut one of the women with a knife, police said. Harrell is described as 5’4” and 140 pounds with brown eyes, black and red hair, and a dark complexion. While detectives investigating this incident are seeking the public’s help with locating this suspect, Director Ambrose urges anyone with information about the individual to call the Division's 24-hour Crime Stopper tip line at 1-877-NWK-TIPS (1-877-695-8477).  All anonymous Crime Stopper tips are...
    The earliest multicellular organism are believed to be without heads, legs or arms and a new study reveals modern-humans share genes with the ancient 'sea creatures.' Geologists at the University of California, Riverside (UCR) uncovered a number of 555-million-year-old oceanic creatures from the Ediacaran period to examine appearance and likely behaviors that are found in genetic markers of modern animals. These markers include genes involved in the formation of nervous systems and self-repairing abilities that are an element of the human immune system. Researchers believe the organisms possessed the genetic building blocks to produce heads and sensory organs, but the interaction between those building blocks was not yet evolved enough to create the concentrated nervous systems. The earliest multicellular organism are believed to be without heads, legs or arms and a new study reveals modern-humans share genes with the ancient 'sea creatures.' Pictured is a Dickinsonia that may of had self-repairing abilities that are similar to humans Mary Droser, a geology professor at UCR:' None of them had heads or skeletons. Many of them probably looked like three-dimensional bathmats on...
    A rear-view mirror hanging off a new SUV drew the attention of a Mahwah police detective who ended up busting a Rockland dealer and a companion with meth and an assortment of other drugs for sale at a local hotel, authorities said. Before they were done, police had seized meth, cocaine, methadone, clonazepam, hypodermic needles and packaging materials, Police Chief Stephen Jaffe said. Detective Christopher Fasulo had gone to the hotel Monday night to check out a report of a stolen vehicle, Jaffe said. Fasulo noticed the rearview mirror hanging off the housing of a 2020 Dodge Durango as Yisroel Lieberman, 24, of Monsey got in and drove it out of the parking lot, Jaffe said. A mirror in that condition “can be an indication of a possible stolen vehicle,” the chief explained. “Vehicle thieves will attempt to disable the GPS transponder, [which] is often contained within the rear-view mirror.” After spotting other equipment violations, Fasulo stopped the Durango, he said. Lieberman, whose most recent address is in Toms River, had a hypodermic needle in the driver’s door handle, Jaffe...
    The Daily Beast ‘Zack Snyder’s Justice League’ Producer Deborah Snyder on Joss Whedon, DC Fans, and the ‘Joy’ of Closure Michael Kovac/GettyAt the end of Zack Snyder’s Justice League, a dedication appears onscreen. “For Autumn,” it reads as an elegiac cover of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah,” by the singer Allison Crowe, swells over the credits. It’s a valediction to the director’s adopted daughter, Autumn Snyder, who loved sci-fi and stories of superheroes and considered it her favorite song.As the producer of the film—and as Zack’s wife and Autumn’s stepmother—Deborah Snyder had heard the recording several times before she and her husband sat down to watch the film, all four hours of it, for the first time all the way through. The Snyders had talked about Crowe’s version of the song endlessly during production over the last year. They’d seen the movie in chunks countless times by then, too. Up until just two weeks before its HBO Max debut, they were knee-deep in fine-tuning sound mixes and color grading for the different technical versions necessary for streaming.But finally watching together the culmination...
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    MORGAN HILL — Police arrested a man they say damaged property at a Morgan Hill brewing company with a hatchet and threw furniture at a police officer. Around 7:30 p.m. Monday, Morgan Hill police say officers were sent to Kelly Brewing Company at 70 E. Fourth Street after receiving a report of a man in the business who was armed with a hatchet and causing a disturbance. Police said an employee told officers the man entered the business “and started yelling and destroying property with a hatchet.” The employee and several customers were able to escape without being harmed, police said. An officer contacted the man inside the business and gave him commands to stop what he was doing, police said. “The suspect began throwing furniture at the officer. The officer utilized a department issued less-lethal projectile to prevent the suspect from assaulting him or escaping into the busy downtown,” police said in a Tuesday statement. Police did not specify what kind of less-lethal weapon was used by the officer. The man then went back into the business and barricaded...
    RICHMOND, Va. — Gravestones and memorials were toppled and spray-painted at a cemetery in Virginia that holds the graves of two U.S. presidents as well as Confederate soldiers and generals. The Richmond Times-Dispatch reports that $200,000 worth of damage was done Saturday at the Hollywood Cemetery. The cemetery spans 135 acres and overlooks the James River in Richmond. More than 18,000 Confederate soldiers and generals are buried there. The damage was done in the Presidents Circle section of the cemetery. That’s where U.S. presidents James Monroe and John Tyler are buried. Their graves weren’t disturbed. Police Chief Gerald Smith there was no clear markings that the graves that were desecrated had anything to do with the Confederacy. Copyright © 2021 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, written or redistributed.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Authorities are investigating a crash in South Philadelphia after a car was found badly damaged and riddled with bullet holes overnight. The car was found abandoned on Columbus Boulevard and Oregon Avenue, around 3:45 a.m. Tuesday. The car has several bullet holes in the windshield and the door. Police have not located the driver of the car. The area is closed while police investigate.
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Authorities are investigating a crash in South Philadelphia after a car was found badly damaged and riddled with bullets overnight. The car was found abandoned on Columbus Boulevard and Oregon Avenue, around 3:45 a.m. Tuesday. The car has several bullet holes in the windshield and the door. Police have not located the driver of the car. The area is closed while police investigate.
    The USA has lost the top spot in a global ranking of 'soft power' after Trump's bungled Covid response, a fraught election and mass protests saw perceptions of the country plummet. Germany now sits at the top of the league table, second only to Japan with the UK in third. China has dropped out of the top five also due to its handling of Covid. Meanwhile New Zealand has shot up the ranking largely off the back of its coronavirus strategy with other countries who handled the pandemic will also performing strongly - including Australia, South Korea, Canada and Norway. Germany has come out top in a global ranking of 'soft power' which looks at how countries are perceived and how much influence they have, with the USA pushed down to sixth Professor Joseph Nye, former head of Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government, said: 'Polls in 2020 showed a serious decline in American soft power around the world. Covid not only killed Americans; it damaged our reputation for competence.'  The ranking was put together by Brand Finance, a consultancy...
    The 40% of the El Retiro park It will be accessible from this Monday with the opening of several of its areas a month and a half after its closure due to the damage caused by the storm Filomena and the subsequent analysis of the trees. Thus, the Madrilenians will already have access around the lake, Hernán Palacios, Huerto del Francés, Puerta de Hernani, around the gardens of Cecilio Rodríguez and Paseo de Coches. Nevertheless, they won’t open the areas particularly affected in which it has not yet been possible to carry out the analysis of the trees, such as the area closest to Mariano de Cavia, with one of the specimens most affected by the snowfall, the pines. The delegate for the Environment and Mobility, Borja Carabante, anticipates that reopen 80% of this emblematic park on March 15. The historic snowfall that fell in Madrid on January 8 damaged 68% of the wooded area of ​​this park, around 32,500 trees. Faced with the danger of falling branches and trees, El Retiro was closed to carry out a long...
    (CNN)Advisers to former President Donald Trump say he still has not expressed remorse for the siege at the US Capitol, which could end up being important for Senate jurors to consider after House impeachment managers on Wednesday released new video of the violent mob's assault on January 6. One of the new clips show then-Vice President Mike Pence and his family being hustled away by Secret Service as the siege was under way. That affirms what Pence aides told CNN in the days following the deadly insurrection. Some of those aides were outraged with Trump and believed he had put his own vice president in danger. Pence, who plans to keep laying low during the impeachment trial, has not quite patched up his relationship with Trump after what happened, according to a source familiar with the situation. The source said Pence and Trump "discussed everything" that happened on January 6. But at the time, the source said, both men were more focused on just getting to January 20 -- Inauguration Day."He got his point across at the meeting afterward," the...
    A 275-foot Japanese submarine collided with a commercial ship on Monday about 31 miles off the coast of the southwestern part of the country, reports said. Japan’s Defense Ministry said that the crew onboard the Soryu-class submarine spotted the ship through its scope, it tried to avoid the ship but was unsuccessful. Nikkei Asia reported that the collision damaged the submarine’s communication system. Kyodo News reported that the crew used a mobile phone to report the accident. Three in the sub’s crew suffered minor injured and the ship is not believed to have been damaged. The navy did not identify the commercial ship, but NHK public television said it was the Hong Kong-registered bulk carrier Ocean Artemis. It was transporting 90,000 tons of iron to Okayama in western Japan after leaving the Chinese port of Qingdao last Friday with 21 Chinese crewmembers, it said. GET THE FOX NEWS APP Defense Minister Nobou Kishi called the accident "extremely regrettable," the report said. The Associated Press contributed to this reportEdmund DeMarche is a senior news editor for FoxNews.com. Follow him on...
    MIRANDA Lambert and husband Brendan McLoughlin were involved in a hit and run on an Atlanta highway. The couple had to cut their enjoying a romantic road trip short after they were hit by someone driving "erratically" in Georgia on Thursday. 5Miranda Lambert and husband Brendan McLoughlin were involved in a hit-and-run incident in Georgia Fortunately no one was injured in the incident - although their airstream, which Miranda nicknamed "The Sheriff", was badly damaged after the driver "sped off". Taking to Instagram on Thursday, the two-time Grammy winner penned a lengthy statement about the accident alongside several shots from their trip as well as the damaged trailer. She wrote: "Y'all we made it home to Nashville. A few days earlier than planned. "Unfortunately on the way home going through Atlanta, an a**hole in a small car with temp plates was driving erratically and tried to squeeze between us and a semi truck going 70 on I-20 W. 5Miranda revealed their airstream had been badly damaged in the accidentCredit: Miranda Lambert / Instagram 5Fortunately no one was injured in the...
    LOVELAND, Colo. (CBS4) – Two semi trucks collided on northbound Interstate 25 near Loveland during Friday morning’s commute and a car got damaged when it got stuck between the cabs. pic.twitter.com/Pmm0sShSgJ — CSP Larimer (@CSP_Larimer) January 22, 2021 No one was hurt in the crash but there are major traffic impacts from it. (credit: CBS) It happened in a construction zone to the north of the Johnson’s Corner exit. Traffic Alert! I25 closed both NB and SB from Hwy 402 to Hwy 34. Semi crash with fuel spill. Avoid the area for now if possible. — CSP Larimer (@CSP_Larimer) January 22, 2021 Some barriers were damaged and will have to be reparied. That means all lanes in both directions were expected to be closed for as much as 5 hours for repairs.
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